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Weather Summary
National Weather Service Quad Cities IA IL
621 AM CST Tue Feb 21 2017

Clear skies were found across east central Iowa, with mainly
cloudy skies and isolated light rain showers across the
Mississippi River and northwest Illinois Tuesday morning, as a
cold front was progressing eastward across the region. Overnight
low temperatures ranged from 32 in Independence, to 52 in the Quad
Cities and Burlington.

Skies will continue to clear from west to east this morning as
the cold front moves east towards the Great Lakes, and will allow
for plentiful sunshine for the day Tuesday. Temperatures will once
again warm to near or above record, as highs climb into the upper
60s to near 70.

Clear skies will prevail for tonight, as weak high pressure
builds across the middle Mississippi River Valley. Southwest winds
around 5 to 10 miles per hour will help confine overnight low
temperatures in the lower to middle 40s.


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